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Showing reviews 101-120 from 484:Dark Forces: Fan soundtrack (Dos) [9/10] 
In my opinion in Dark Forces was the best Star Wars game-music ever made, though it is one of the oldest and though the original tunes came in Midi. So many ideas and melodies you won't find anywhere!
Dark Reign: The Future of War: Game rip (Win) [7/10] [31 Aug 1997]
This actually is nice orchestral little bit movie-like soundtrack, and especially Tracks 06&07 I like a lot. But on the other side it's kind of soundtracks, which you will forget after first listening and won't stay in your memory.. You will say only "Next please.." :)
Darkstone: Game rip [4/10] [26 Jul 1999]
Ambient tunes, without many ideas and mostly boring.. I think they arrived in lucky time that I left them in the archive :)
Dead or Alive 2: Original soundtrack [6/10] [12 Jan 2000] KWCD-1001
Hardcore soundtrack, with hard tunes, but sometimes with missing ideas.. :|
Death Rally: Game rip (Dos) [06 Sep 1996]
Great racing tunes from Purple Motion (famous demoscene musician). Great choice for all racing fans :)
Deathtrap Dungeon: Game rip [6/10] [31 Mar 1998]
Powerful medieval, but a bit boring soundtrack. Maybe lag of ideas is the problem.
Descent: Game rip [7/10] 
Strong techno-guitar tracks covering this very long game soundtrack. Cool ideas, this music does really much mess :)
Destruction Derby 2: Game rip [3/10] [31 Oct 1996]
Strong metallic guitar tunes. Not very impressive, without doubt the worst Destruction Derby soundtrack...
Destruction Derby 64: Game rip (N64) [9/10] [02 Oct 1999]
Great hard techno tunes, just play it and do some damage ;-)) Well, finally great Destruction Derby tunes, remind me those from DD1 PlayStation version.
Diablo (Blizzard): Game rip [5/10] 
Well, this is soundtrack of big two differences. On the one side you can listen to great 'Diablo-Town' track, which is real class RPG track played on real guitars and is also famous enough to make Diablo music be rated as great. But when you will look closer, the rest of music is mostly ambient, and has not many fresh ideas - it seems as the authors showed everything they knew in that first track...
Die Hard Trilogy: Game rip [8/10] [31 Aug 1996]
Cool tunes with very much different ideas, which will go through whole 3-different game.
Disposable Hero: Game rip [8/10] 
These CD32 tunes are a bit enhanced from the MODs, and yet those mods were incredibly fast and quality made techno shooter tracks.
Dominion: Storm Over Gift 3: Game rip (Win) [9/10] 
Very good music pieces, mostly they're hard fast cybernetic action tunes, sometimes followed with athmospheric sequences - generally great musical pieces.
Doom 2: Game rip (Dos) 
Only one MIDI to MP3 track (Level 7). Very cool, but whole soundtrack is yet better! :)
Doom 3: Game rip (Win) [5/10] [03 Aug 2004]
From the musical side is this nothing special. Maybe for metal fans, but it sure cannot be compared with the great Doom 1 & 2 soundtrack. However, the game is concepted differently, focused on ambient sounds, so it's logical.
Doom: Game rip (Dos) [9/10] 
Total hellish tunes. This is one of the most famous PC games, and music is also very known - hard hellish tunes, originaly MIDIs, but they sound cool also in the 1:1 MP3 conversion.
Dracula MIDI Collection: Arranged/Remixed tunes (Audio CD) 
For fans of Castlevania music will this piece really be the great walkaround. Midi tunes from the soundtrack with the same name, and with great music skills of Konami's musicians, what more to say? :)
Drakan: Order Of The Flame: Game rip [9/10] [14 Jul 1999]
Super medieval soundtrack with great athmosphere, melody and ideas - it reminds me good old Amiga Psygnosis days of Beasts a lot :) Though only 6 CD tracks, each one is absolutely worth of listening!
Drakan: The Ancients' Gates: Game rip (PS2) [7/10] [02 Jan 2002]
Very silent soundtrack, but if you will listen carefully, you can see lot of ideas. But it doesn't reach its predecessor anyway.
Druid: Daemons Of The Mind: Game rip (Dos) [8/10] 
Nice, though only one medieval piece from the druid CD audio. The rest was in MIDI.